Category: College

Tabor adds three more athletes by transfer

The Tabor College Athletic Department has announced the signing of additional athletes for the new school year.<p>Jason Aubrey, Bartlesville, Okla., has signed to participate in football. He will transfer from Emporia State University.<p>According to Mike Gottsch, Bluejay head coach, Aubrey was ?an exceptional passing quarterback? at Bartlesville High School.<p>?He is very competitive and will bring solid leadership qualities to the team,? Gottsch said. ?He is a young man of faith and will be a very positive influence on the Tabor campus.?

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Tabor athletes honored

Several Tabor College student-athletes were recognized for regional and national honors at its annual athletic banquet in May. In addition, Ashley Malcom, Lymon, Colo. was named Tabor?s ?outstanding female athlete of the year? while Andrew Brubacher, Hillsboro, was named ?outstanding male athlete of the year.? The ?outstanding scholar athletes of the year? were Emily Vogts, North Newton, and Lindsey Vogts, […]

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Tabor inks 4, 2 for men?s soccer

Women?s basketball?Brianne Greene of Littleton, Colo., has signed a letter of intent to participate in women?s basketball at Tabor College for the 2007-2008 season.

?We are excited that Brianne has decided to continue her basketball career at Tabor,? coach Shawn Winter said. ?Brianne will bring strong leadership and an outstanding Christian commitment to our basketball program and campus. We are thrilled that Brianne is coming to Tabor,? he added.

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Sparks resigns as TC coach

John Sparks has resigned as head baseball coach and assistant professor of physical education at Tabor College, according to athletic director Don Brubacher. ?John has represented Tabor College very well in his work with the baseball program and the classroom,? Brubacher said. ?We wish him the best as he moves on.? Sparks said he strove to build a family atmosphere […]

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Tabor track athletes compete at nationals

Eight Tabor College track and field athletes competed at the NAIA national outdoor track meet Friday and Saturday at Fresno, Calif.

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Richert signs for two Tabor sports
Richert signs for two Tabor sports

Richert signs for two Tabor sports

ElissaRichertSign729.JPG Click image to enlarge. Elissa Richert, Hillsboro High School senior and daughter of Ed and Phyllis Richert, signed a letter of intent this month to run cross country and track at Tabor College next school year. Seated with her is her mother, Phyllis. Behind them are Stuart Holmes, HHS cross-country coach, Dave Kroeker, Tabor track coach, Karol Hunt, Tabor […]

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Gotsch signs two backs for Bluejay football program

Demetrius Cox and Devin Smith will join the Tabor College football team this fall.

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Six Bluejays qualified for nationals

The Tabor College track teams increased the number of national qualifiers to six.

With a leap of 38 feet, 71⁄2 inches in the triple jump at the conference championships, Ashley Malcom holds the sixth-best mark at the NAIA level.

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McCarty signs track letter with Tabor
McCarty signs track letter with Tabor

McCarty signs track letter with Tabor

MeganMcCartySignP5011441.JPG Click image to enlarge Hillsboro High School senior Megan McCarty signed a letter of intent May 1 to participate in track and field at Tabor College. Seated with her are parents Byron and Wendy McCarty; Tabor track coach Dave Kroeker (left) and HHS coach Dennis Boldt are standing behind them. ?Megan has found her niche in the shot put […]

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Jays sign two for women?s soccer

  Adria Whitehorn and Kimberley Lawson will join the Tabor College women?s soccer team this fall. Whitehorn, a 5-feet, 7-inch, midfielder-slash-forward from Duncanville, Texas, will transfer from Cisco (Texas) Junior College. She is the twin sister of Tabor standout Aubrey White?horn. According to soccer coach Herb Wiebe, ?Adria is a very athletic player who will help us in several different […]

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